When it comes to reducing CO2-emissions, introducing sustainability and realizing the transition to a circular economy, it’s not just about technology. It’s about people.
ISPT’s core business concerns processes, technology, innovation, sustainability, transition and much more. Meaningful as these are, you would not immediately assume that this is about people. But we know better. It is all about people. Because new technology is only as useful as the people who operate it.
From operators, managers, and executive officers, to administrators, politicians and, in fact, society as a whole.
People are essential for the transition to a circular economy
Reskilling and upskilling ensures our society to the human capital needed for a successful transition:
- People who are willing to change
- People thinking out-of-the-box
- People cooperating
- People acquiring knowledge
- People developing technology
- People innovating
- People working together
The energy transition requires new skills, but it also is a force for job creation.
For this transition we need well educated people and we need to learn together.Nathan Bowden – Program Manager Human Capital
Learning communities: facilitating knowledge exchange
We use learning communities to stimulate and facilitate knowledge exchange between practitioners, increase interaction among stakeholders, and strengthen collaborations.
The results are used to facilitate our programs with tools and approaches, creating the right environment for bringing bright ideas into reality.